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Bass Performance 101
Bass Performance 101
Study the music of famous electric and acoustic bass players, and learn to create and perform your own unique bass lines in a variety of different styles.

Rock Bass
Rock Bass
Gain the foundation, technique, and vocabulary necessary to construct and improvise bass lines in a variety of rock and blues-based music styles.

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Chord Studies for Electric Bass

by Rich Appleman
available from Amazon.com

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Designed for intermediate to advanced players, this book develops all aspects of technique. Covers basic and extended chords in all keys. Also applies to acoustic bass study.

This Berklee Workshop is an ideal resource for bass players who have progressed beyond beginning methods and are now looking for a comprehensive knowledge of all basic and extended chords. Featuring exercises in developing technique and melodic sense in and out of the upper register, this book retains the traditional "foundation" role of the bassist with the added demands of contemporary music styles. Playing faster, higher, and more melodically are some of the requirements of the modern bass player.

Knowledge, comfort, sound quality, and experimentation are the guiding principles throughout the study, exactly what every one of Appleman and Viola's students will learn with this workshop.

This title offers comprehensive approaches to developing the entire spectrum of technical and intuitive electric bass skills.

About the Author

Rich Appleman is Chair of the Bass Department at Berklee. He has performed with many musical luminaries, including Lionel Hampton, Gregory Hines, the Fringe, and Boston Pops Orchestra. He is also a columnist for Bass Player magazine.

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